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    Check out chromatography central's article for everything you want to know about HPLC Peek tubing. This is a great guide that is useful for a variety of fields. Please Share...

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    Timucuan Ecological & Historical National Preserve

    Timucuan Ecological & Historical National Preserve By Patricia Stephens, Owner, FloridaPets.net One of the most beautiful national parks in the country is only about 15 minutes from downtown Jacksonville and it's also hospitable to pooches. Timucuan Ecological & Historical National Preserve was named after the Timucua-speaking Indians who once lived in Northern Florida. Encompassing 46,000 lush acres off Fort Caroline Road, the Preserve includes Kingsley Plantation, where the main house and slave's quarters are still standing, and Fort Caroline National Memorial, which features the history of France in Florida. The entire park is an ecological haven and photographer's dream come true. Dogs are permitted at no extra charge in Timucuan's outdoor areas and on the various trails winding throughout the property unless signs dictate otherwise. To make sure the Preserve stays pet-friendly, dogs must be carried or walked on six-foot leashes, and their humans must be responsible for clean up duty at all times. The Timucuan Preserve is open seven days a week, from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., except on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Years Day. Admission is free. Special family-friendly activities will be planned throughout 2011 and pets will be permitted at most events held outdoors. For general information, call(904) 641-7155, or visit Timucuan Preserve. Please Share...

  • Mickler’s Landing Beach Park

    A kind reader tells us this area in Ponte Vedra has a great beach where dogs are always welcome. She said it's an on-leash area, "but if you go just a ways down the beach, everyone lets their dogs go free, as long as they are not the kind to run off." Please Share...

  • Roger Scott Athletic Complex/Scott Complex Dog Park

    Also referred to as the "Roger Scott Complex." Located at the complex on Summit Blvd., just east of 12th Avenue, between the pool and the Roger Scott Tennis Center. Open 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. This park is about one acre of romping space and a double gate/exit. Offers water fountains for people and pets, pooper scooper station, trash bins, benches and picnic tables. For more information, call John Ewing at (850) 436-5511. Please Share...

  • Downtown Mount Dora

    Update 05-09-13: Despite a report a few years ago from a reader who reported the downtown area non-pet-friendly during the annual Christmas Walk, another reader who lives nearby recently reports, "I have taken my 70-pound golden retriever down there many times. Businesses often have bowls of water laid out and I see many dogs walking around. Also, most of the restaurants down there with outdoor seating more than welcome dogs and will give them bowls of water when they dine there." Please Share...

  • The Riverwalk: Linear Park

    Rover can roam along New River in downtown Fort Lauderdale in an area behind the Broward Center for Performing Arts to about 500 East Las Olas Blvd. Permitted daily from sunrise - 2 a.m. The Riverwalk is a type of boardwalk dotted with businesses and restaurants, so make sure your dog behaves. Pooper scoopers are available in boxes along the Riverwalk - please use them! Please Share...

  • Lynn Haven

    City Parks, Recreational Areas, and Beaches Lynn Haven City Commissioners decided July 8, 2008, to make Lynn Haven city parks, recreational areas and beaches friendly to leashed dogs. Humans will be responsible for clean up of their pet's waste. Please Share...

  • Yellow Green Farmers Market

    Weekend warehouse farmer’s market offers farm-fresh produce & artisanal goods in an open airy space. A 100,000 square foot farmer's market with 300 under-roof booths, open Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Yes, pets are welcome here. Please Share...

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